These Birth Photos Are So Stunning You Won’t Want to Look Away

Before I became a mother, I had the privilege of seeing three of my nephews be born. That my sister-in-law was kind enough to give me, a 20-ish young girl the opportunity to do so was a really amazing gift. Watching those new lives come into the world was so amazing I went back for more each time she had a child. I couldn’t get enough! In addition to seeing those three darlings be born, I’ve also seen the birth of my best friend’s first grandchild. All four experiences were emotional and very, very, spiritual. I think there are few places I’ve felt God’s presence so strongly as I felt it in those birthing rooms. While my own births were certainly wonderful, it’s a little easier to concentrate on the beauty of birth when you’re not pushing through pain or being operated on, and that is why I am so thankful to have seen those other babies I love be born.

One of the true gifts of the technological age we live in is birth photography; the ability to capture these amazing emotional, spiritual moments of a child breathing in the world outside the womb for the first time. I love these truly stunning birth photos that show the absolute beauty and value of the life of our smallest little loves, and of the power of what God has created a woman’s body to do. I hope you love them as much as I do.


Photo: Daniela Justus

Photo: Daniela Justus

BirthPhotosJenniferMartinPhoto: Jennifer Martin Photo

Photo: Birth Blessings Photography & Childbirth Services

Photo: Marijke Theon

Photo: Apple Blossom Families

Photo: Apple Blossom Families

Photo: Natalia Walth

What do you think? Did your uterus just skip a beat or what? Childbirth is AMAZING!

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Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at her blog, Mommin' It Up, or follow her on Twitter.